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  1. bigbeard61 commented on Jane's World 12 days ago

    One assumes, with the way aircraft are tracked, that their disappearance has not gone unnoticed.

  2. bigbeard61 commented on Jane's World 10 months ago

    What? Gotten laid? Checked into a hotel for the purpose of getting laid? Yes on both.

  3. bigbeard61 commented on For Better or For Worse 11 months ago

    That collar looks Anglican (plus the title FBOFW is taken from the Anglican Book of Common Prayer).

  4. bigbeard61 commented on Stone Soup 11 months ago

    Out of work = Loser guy desperate enough to date older single woman.
    Older single woman = Men will only date her if she pays.
    You’ve done better, Jan.

  5. bigbeard61 commented on Jane's World 11 months ago

    You know, there must be a way of moving the plot along a little faster…

  6. bigbeard61 commented on Stone Soup 12 months ago

    I’ve often wondered where this strip is supposed to take place. Not near the coast, and some place that gets winter.

  7. bigbeard61 commented on Doonesbury 12 months ago

    Yay!!! Plight of young people who can’t find the jobs they deserve still exists, but glad these guys are getting a break.

  8. bigbeard61 commented on From the Mo Willems Sketchbook over 1 year ago

    And that goes double for bicyclists.

  9. bigbeard61 commented on Stone Soup over 1 year ago

    One instance of an invasive species shouldn’t be a problem unless it’s an egg-bearing female. But the point is well taken. Leave wild animals and plants where they are. It’s great that kids are empathic and passionate about the natural world, but they need to learn that human interference, no matter how well-intentioned, is disruptive and harmful.

  10. bigbeard61 commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria over 1 year ago

    There was a King Stephen. Wildly unpopular Count of Blois who usurped his cousin Queen Maud, and his entire reign was engulfed in civil war. He was succeeded by Maud’s son Henry II, the first Plantagenet King. THe name hasn’t been used since.